On Facebook, Morrissey published a list of his all-time favorite singles, mostly from the 1970s. (Maybe from when Moz first started getting serious about music?)
New York Dolls' 1973 song "Jet Boy" topped the list; according to Clashmusic.com, as a music-obssessed adolescent, Morrissey bombarded music magazine NME with letters about the band and wrote a fan biography. He was also instrumental in their reformation. Check out the complete list after the jump.
Morrissey published the list to celebrate the launch of Morrissey's remastered, re-artworked and expanded Everyday Is Like Sunday single.
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Mr Bloe - 'Groovin With Mr Bloe'
Roxy Music - 'Do The Strand'
The Supremes - 'I'm Livin' In Shame'
Paul Jones - 'I've Been A Bad, Bad Boy'
The Crystals - 'All Grown Up'
Shocking Blue - 'Mighty Joe'
Al Martino - 'Granada'
Buffy Sainte-Marie - 'Soldier Blue'
The Tams - 'Be Young, Be Foolish, Be Happy'
Bob & Marcia - 'Young, Gifted and Black'
The Sundown Playboys - 'Saturday Nite Special'
Sparks - 'This Town Ain't Big Enough For Both of Us'
New York Dolls - 'Jet Boy'